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    [ubuntu] Re: 11.04 Beta Wireless issues

    The wireless was working fine until this afternoons update! Todays update has broke the wireless and made a bug with a lot of touch pads (if you try using the touch pad the xorg server crashes...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    Are you sure the error messages are exactly the same? It's just when it happened to me, there were alot of posts about similer error messages but not exactly the same. Slightly different messages...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    That fixed it! Thanks so much, such a simple workaround when you know how!
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    bug reported https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udev/+bug/668561
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    Ok, I tried it anyway and got this output:

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo lsof | grep sda2
    lsof: WARNING: can't stat() tmpfs file system /cow
    Output information may be incomplete.
    lsof: WARNING:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    Thanks, and that will just kill the process that's making it impossible to run fsck whilst booted from a livecd? Just want to know what I'm doing when I'm doing it!
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    is there a way to see what process is keeping the fsck from running and then kill that process? I have sda1 which is windows, sda2 - ubuntu and sda 3 which is swap. Fsck runs on sda1 with no errors,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sda1 corrupted and unmountable

    Exactly the same has just happened to me today. Windows portion still works absolutely fine so I don't think it's to do with the hard drive?

    HELP!

    Edit: the only difference is last time I shut...
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